September 2012


How to Make a Pterygium History

The intraoperative and postoperative techniques you can use to excise pterygia and avoid recurrences.

Stem Cell Revolution: Regenerating the Eye

Research is breaking new ground that promises to change our ability to treat eye disease forever.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Apps for Your Patients (and Their Eyes)

As today’s devices become more sophisticated, options designed to help those with limited vision are increasing.

Retinal Insider

The COMPLETE Trial For Dry AMD: Results

A look at the first Phase II trial of systemic complement inhibition for dry age-related macular degeneration.

Glaucoma Management

The ABC(DE)s of Choosing a Surgery

As surgical options proliferate, it may help to use this simple mnemonic device to make sure you consider every factor.

Therapeutic Topics

Of Biomes, Biofilm and The Ocular Surface

Knowing how bacteria grow and communicate may hold the key to future treatments for ophthalmic infections.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

A Stepwise Approach To Laser PTK

One surgeon’s thought process for evaluating the patient and choosing the steps to restore a smooth cornea.

Refractive Surgery

A Swiss-Army Laser For Femto Cataract

A look inside the Victus femtosecond laser, the first approved in the United States for both LASIK and anterior capsulotomy.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Sudden-onset visual disturbances and headache in a woman with a history of MS leads to a visit to the ER.